Google has a new problem: original add-on developers are being bought out by ad firms and their creations equipped with code serving ads to unsuspecting users.
As the onslaught of Android malware continues, the recently released testing results by independent IT-security institute AV-Test show that most providers of Android antivirus software have considerably improved the efficacy of their offerings.
This Thursday, Google announced that it will, once again, be displaying attached images in emails sent to Gmail users by default.
Newly published documents from Edward Snowden's trove show that the NSA and its British counterpart GCHQ use Google's "preferences" cookies to follow suspects as they move around the Internet, and target them for later exploitation.
Eight Internet giants have formally urged the US president and Congress to reform and limit government surveillance, and have offered several suggestions on how to do it.
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